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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY FASHIONS CHANGEIC.P1 But it is always in (lie best of taste lo serve BLUE WBBON TEA It is the rliosi'H tea for nil oa-asiims in thousands ol" Western homes. i 3tni this Advertisement with 25 ctnts to Slut Ribbon, Linuttd Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbcn Cock Bock. The test cock for use in Western Canada. Write name and address plainly. SiomPoiism KNIGHT DISTINGUISHED SERVICEORDT.R OF THE A No WXSTE THE FFD.3Ll.EY Gus.l Ho DUST HAMILTOH CANADA I NpRuST BEATON SENTENCED TO FOUR MONTHS ON DIFFERENT COUNTS vice' ut facie Baa. will rest for the next Tour months in the roc-m at the Mounted Police barracks. He Tins" ot" 100 Cubes for sentence on charges he alrraily hail been found l euiUy, before Inspector Lindsay oil Tuesday morning. Kor carrying a suit, and for Laving no visilile means of Kurort, he was giien one month ou each count, tha sentences to run concurrently. At Ihe esiiiratioa of this terra he will conirnence working out a three ir.onths' term on the tliefL charge. In the meantime, the uwuer o'.n coat has Identified his property, as" being part of tha', Iu Bea- issessioa, and the accused will latef-on this charge'.. So'be not continiKrhfs dsrins (crjsome: months Id come. i Rales on Sit aw Are Also Re- I Now in SiwMl ireijut rates Ic-r the ship- metil ot tbui alt' less than regular ratfs on Uiid slightly uiidft the special rates ubith explicit Septralwr 15lh, jlaM. liavf uwn compiled by the C.I'. ;ll. for shipxents ot acil iVill February- 15, -ft '.icli! '-fee -i'st i irt'ighi otfice was advised 'the't.atlli.ii lew 'days and the 'rates arc-now-av-.iilaMe: They apply MI western lice'o between stations in. 'Msaitoba, -Saskatchewan and Allerta, eaii from .Can'nk're aud the Crowd between stations west ot "these points-lo West kooler. ay points ;.ind boundary subdivision stations. The .tirifl specifies that all grain. and grass seed .to be shipped 'must te'of'good quality and tree lron> weed- seeds. The1, "rate on one hundred lots for transit ot is 6 cents, and a special .fs-'alsb for shipments in :icss than carload lots. The rates are very cheap and be a big boon to the farmer importing seed or sclliug to otter farmers. There was consid- erable agitation on tie. pad of farm; i ers in the Uarons and Claresholm disj 1 Iricts when the old rate was discon; I tinned, to have it renewed, the mat- ter beir.c taken tip with John Hal- stead, district freight agent, and the riew rates-are much better than the most'optimistic expectation. .Hates on straw to points in IV C.1 and to PaciF.c Coast terminals have been put on the. same basis as the tariff on hay, another concession to the shipper.-l-'ormErly the rate on straw from Lcthbridee to N'cLion was 1 3S cents, nut it noir drops to 27, the rate as applies on hay. A. G. Virtue Ridicules Charge of Conspiracy'.Brought by Officer Lamb Hon. Frank Cochranc has given notice of a bill to extend for a year 'tc'iing' in Hhe 'cast'erii sectios of the railway. "What you tg say to the statement ol .Mice Kerens that you attempted lo have catual ol "I llatly lieny il." 1 "Is ihis the" first time the Wea eier crossed your micd tbal sou were to be prosecuted in connection with your relations with Alice Keteus V "Ves. I knew nothiug aboat it. 1 kr.ow it-yet." .With these questions put bv A.' (J. Virtue, counsel for the accused, and ansnered by the inlotmaut, Lamb, the defense" dosed the yueliniinary hearing ni the Cony late Jlor- -day adernoon, and on the strength o! I those questions, asked tor a dismiss- i al ol Ihe charge, branding the whole lease as a legal absurdity. For, on a point of law, the defense ,..rld that there could be no conspiracy there was to be a charge brougLt against Lamb, tue whole tendency ol the evidence ad- by the-defense went to show- that the worst Ijmh feared was that the charge contained in the affidavit oi Alice Kerens would.lead to a dia- I missal. Why, they' arjued, should bring a charge ol conspiracy 'against Mrs. Corry, when be had no reason lor leiicring that she was-en- tering into any conspiracy to bring a criminal charge 'against hint. The -defense held lurthbr 'thai conspiracy could'only be charged when an effort I was being made to manufacture evi- 'dencc against a person accused when .that- person was to appear beiore a tribunal or board of arbitrators. The 'worst Lamb could have suspected, ds- clared the drler.se,